Capital Link Decarbonization in Shipping Forum, April 14-15

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Capital Link Decarbonization in Shipping Forum "Moving from Discussion to Delivery" Digital Conference, April 14-15. Photo: Capital Link

NEW YORK – Capital Link's Decarbonization in Shipping Forum "Moving from Discussion to Delivery" will take place on Wednesday, April 14 and Thursday, April 15, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM GMT, as a digital event.

Decarbonization is the next frontier for the industry to conquer adhering to specific objectives and timeframes. Despite the fact that the industry has to achieve specific emission reduction objectives within defined timeframes, there is significant uncertainty across the board.

This two-day event held in digital format aims to combine two main features providing a forum true to the goal of “Moving from Discussion to Delivery”. The agenda topics are carefully designed and selected by the Steering Committee comprised of leading experts in the Maritime Industry.

Registration is complimentary and available online:


Day 1 – Wednesday, April 14

The Roadmap to Zero - Moving from Discussion to Delivery

Setting the Stage - The Shipowners' Perspective - Where We Are Today - How to Move Forward

Policy Making & the Regulatory Decarbonization Roadmap for Shipping - Regulator, Industry & Stakeholder Involvement - Global & Regional Issues

Meeting the IMO 2030 Decarbonization Goals - Achieving EEXI & CII Compliance - Options & Strategies for the Existing Fleet - Managing Sectoral Needs Towards A Common Objective (Containers - Dry Bulk - Tankers - Gas - Passenger)

Energy Efficient Technologies - Improving Fleet Performance

Is LNG An Intermediate or A Long-Term Option? What about LPG?

Partnerships, Alliances & Industry Initiatives - Fostering Collaboration Among Stakeholders

Day 2 – Thursday, April 15

Keynote Remarks by Dr. Martin Stopford

Designing Ships of The Future - Fuels - Engines - Hull/Ship Design & Technology

Looking Ahead To 2050 - Zero Emission Alternative Energy Fuels: Ammonia - Hydrogen - Methanol - Biofuels

Port Infrastructure, Logistics & Supply Chain Preparedness

Looking Ahead To 2050 - Alternative Propulsion Systems - Beyond the Internal Combustion Engine - Wind - Batteries - Nuclear - Fuel Cells

The Transition to Decarbonization - Who Will Foot the Bill?

Looking Ahead - The Shipowner's Perspective - What Does It Take to Reach Zero

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